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Jaguar Listed Property spins out of Northwood Securities

Friday, February 01, 2019

Bailey McCann, Opalesque New York:

Global listed property fund manager, Jaguar Listed Property has announced its spin-out from Northwood Securities. The new firm includes substantial minority investments from strategic partners Jaguar Growth Partners of New York and Hwa Hong Corporation Limited of Singapore.

The creation of JLP represents the next chapter for the investment management team from Northwood Securities. JLP will continue to manage active, unconstrained and concentrated publicly-listed real estate portfolios on behalf of its institutional investor partners and clients in the U.S, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. All investment team members from Northwood Securities have joined JLP and will manage the existing and new investment strategies.

"We're really excited about where the firm is headed," JLP CEO Jim Rehlaender tells Opalesque. "When we started with Northwood the firm was still small and it looked like securities were going to be part of the picture. But as they matured the vision changed and we were given the opportunity to take over the business."

JLP is headquartered in New York, with research offices in Amsterdam and Singapore. The Firm currently manages assets for institutional investors through a range of segregated accounts, mutual funds, and is a sub-advisor for UCITs/SICAV funds. As an independent firm, JPL has plans to expand its business lines and to focus on active management. The partnerships with Jaguar and Hwa Hong will......................

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